Trip to the National History Museum

Year 9.3 and 10 have been out as part of the History topics. Year 9 went to the Natural History museum in London to see the dinosaurs, fossil gallery, human evolution and human biology exhibits. They also had the opportunity to see the other exhibits such as mammals.

Year 10.1 went to see the Body Worlds exhibition as part of their GCSE history course as they have been studying the history of medicine over the last 1000 years. The areas that we have been concentrating on – over the last few weeks – has been the legality of dissection, and innovators of understanding anatomy such as Pare, Harvey and Vesalius.

Both groups were a pleasure to take out!

 

My Son has made incredible progress emotionally and applies himself much better academically. The mentoring aspect is key to his progress.

 

 

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